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honda jazz or fit?


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Originally posted by Touch n Go@Dec 16 2005, 01:41 AM

Fit pricing is ard $55-$60k.. 1.3L shld be $55k n 1.5L should be $60k :D

Standard Fit A type 1.3l Auto ~$56.500K

Standard Fit A type 1.5l Auto ~ 67K

 

Both are 1339cc,

 

Fit Made in Japan, in SG its PI (A Class Engine)

Jazz Made in Japan assemble in Thailand, Kah Motor (B Class Engine)

 

Claim that Fit have better fuel saving then Jazz & higher OMV

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Originally posted by shoei@Dec 16 2005, 01:45 AM

like that Jazz more worth it i believe

correct me if im wrong

it has 3 yrs warrty

 

any advantage of Fit over Jazz?

it depends, for ppl who like to mod, they prefer fit as they dun realli wan to go back to kah for servicing....

fit has higher bhp, omv n nicer brake light.....noe alot of ppl who bought jazz but never go back to kah for servicing liao....this is as gd as buying a fit.....jazz or fit, it's ur call.....

No Time To Think Of One

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Originally posted by [V]tec@Dec 16 2005, 09:36 AM

it depends, for ppl who like to mod, they prefer fit as they dun realli wan to go back to kah for servicing....

fit has higher bhp, omv n nicer brake light.....noe alot of ppl who bought jazz but never go back to kah for servicing liao....this is as gd as buying a fit.....jazz or fit, it's ur call.....

i understand

 

but when u are buying something so expensive(5 digit price) its always better to have wattery right?

 

I was intending to buy Jazz actually untill i saw this post.

 

:D

To be old and wise, u gotta be young and stupid

 

在绝望中坚强

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Originally posted by shoei@Dec 16 2005, 12:19 PM

i understand

 

but when u are buying something so expensive(5 digit price) its always better to have wattery right?

 

I was intending to buy Jazz actually untill i saw this post. :D

To be frank Warranty cover parts but damage due to wear & tear or under care will not be included.

 

Fit do have 3 years Warranty, depend on where your bought it from. 3 free service too (labour free).

 

That add up to the same, its up to individual to have a pc of mind :thumb:

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Originally posted by andy75@Dec 16 2005, 12:48 PM

me too..was thinking to buy Jazz but overall i think Fit will do..

 

but will focus on OPC HONDA FIT..does it worth getting the OPC Scheme :confused:

Guess it depend on your usage, if you are not a regular on road user then OPC will benifit. Cheap COE & Road (Insurance not sure got to check).

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Originally posted by JJBuBBle@Dec 16 2005, 01:04 PM

To be frank Warranty cover parts but damage due to wear & tear or under care will not be included.

 

Fit do have 3 years Warranty, depend on where your bought it from. 3 free service too (labour free).

 

That add up to the same, its up to individual to have a pc of mind :thumb:

its true. how do u see the difference btw the 1.3 and 1.5L Fit?

To be old and wise, u gotta be young and stupid

 

在绝望中坚强

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To wat I know its hard to tell if its mod.

For standard, look at :

Antenna

Location different

Rim

1.3= 14", 1.5= 15"

Inner finishing

1.3 standard Wheel, 1.5 7 speed mode (CVT) with flipper.

(IF manual then the different will be the same).

Some said the FiT logo i dot, red = 1.3 & blue = 1.5, dont know how ture :D

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FIT = JDM ( Japan Domestic Model)

JAZZ = MDI ( Made in Thailand) or rather assembly in Thailand.

 

 

There are many diff even its the same car. The Interior of Fit is better built in terms of build quality and colours are diff. In thailand you can get parts for the car cheap cheap. Reason for Honda has got a plant in thailand. Whereas the JDM are built n fully assembled in Japan. Thus "JDM". Im driving the 1.5 vtec wif the steer shift. But hardly use em. lol

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Originally posted by Touch n Go@Dec 16 2005, 01:03 AM

wow, looks like the iDSi Fit is the best choice for sg road driving.reali surprise to see 1.5Vtec can perform almost like EG.. :D

comparable?

u sure boh

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v189/stylomilo/Tail.jpg

 

YES SiR!

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Originally posted by kawi71@Dec 16 2005, 02:08 PM

FIT = JDM ( Japan Domestic Model)

JAZZ = MDI ( Made in Thailand) or rather assembly in Thailand.

 

 

There are many diff even its the same car. The Interior of Fit is better built in terms of build quality and colours are diff. In thailand you can get parts for the car cheap cheap. Reason for Honda has got a plant in thailand. Whereas the JDM are built n fully assembled in Japan. Thus "JDM". Im driving the 1.5 vtec wif the steer shift. But hardly use em. lol

steer shift?whats that?

 

seems like Fit is a better car than Jazz over here

To be old and wise, u gotta be young and stupid

 

在绝望中坚强

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Originally posted by JJBuBBle@Dec 16 2005, 02:04 PM

To wat I know its hard to tell if its mod.

For standard, look at :

Antenna

1.3 Front, 1.5 is rear

Rim

1.3 14", 1.5 15"

Inner

1.3 standard Wheel, 1.5 7 speed mode (CVT) with flipper.

(IF manual then the different will be the same).

thanks bro

 

:thumb:

To be old and wise, u gotta be young and stupid

 

在绝望中坚强

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Originally posted by stylomilo@Dec 17 2005, 10:11 AM

comparable?

u sure boh

well, i read a review on the FIT1.5vtec and tts wat the tester claim, in uphill windy road wher low speed torque is of concern.. not sure how true is this.. but civic is a true breed 'sports' car... upx for both! :D

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